Tickets still available for Kinsmen Dream Home Lottery

  • Dec. 18, 2013 3:16 p.m.

There are still tickets up for grabs for this year’s Kinsmen Dream Home Lottery.

As of Tuesday, the Dream Home Lottery was sitting at 67% sold out, organizers said.

The popular three tickets for $250 packages are now only available at the home on Saturday and Sunday from 1 until 5 p.m.

The 50/50 draw is now sitting with $141,525.00 in the bank that organizers say will be split with half going to the Youth and Volunteer Center for their Camp Alexo renovation project and other half going to a lucky winner.

That is $70,762.50 each but it could be $75,000 each if the lottery sells out.

Organizers point out that time is running out as the home, which is valued at $870,000, is only open for seven more days – this weekend Dec. 21-22 and then it will re-open on Dec. 27th and stay open everyday until the draw on Dec. 31st.

The dream home hours are from 1 until 5 p.m. and it’s located at #220 Vancouver Cresc. in Vanier Woods East.

For more information about the home or other prizes that are available, call 403-356-3900 or go online at www.reddeerkinsmen.com.

-Weber

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